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2011 Stryker Stock Seat

I have the stock seat off my 2011 Stryker for sale. Bought the Yamaha comfort cruise seats, so I no longer need it. The seat has probably 500 miles on it. Still looks brand new. I'm asking $100 for it plus shipping. PM me or text or call 651-274-4074 if interested. I'm in the Twin Cities in Minnesota fyi if you'd like to meet somewhere.

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Actually when I first took it out of the packaging and squeezed it, I was pissed :mad:. It felt much stiffer and even harder than the stock one. And when installed and sat on, just sitting there, felt the same way. I really wasn't happy about spending $500+ on that setup. But from the second I started moving I could feel the difference. It absorbs the bumps so much better and is contoured to fit your butt much more than the stock seat. But because of that contouring, you don't have quite as much wiggle room to move around on the seat, if you know what I mean. You have about 2 riding positions with the new seat. And that bummed me out because I am used to moving around and changing my riding position quite a bit. But I'm thinking that's probably why it is more comfortable than the stock one. And I also got the passenger pillion pad for my girlfriend, and she immediately felt the same way as me. Stiffer, but more comfy than stock.

With all that said, I'm sure a 3rd party seat like a mustang or corbin is better, but we are both really happy with the comfort cruise seats. And with the $500 Yamaha accessory cash they gave us to spend, we thought they were our best bet, and they actually look pretty darn cool :). Hope that helps.

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